Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robot Show to kick off Wednesday
Taipei, Aug. 18 (CNA) The Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robot Show (TAIROS), will begin Wednesday with displays of service robots and smart living solutions, among others, at some 800 booths, the organizers said Sunday.
The exhibitors will include Hiwin Technologies Corp., Jarstar Technology Co., Mitsubishi Electric and Taiwan Fuji Seimitsu MFG. Co., according to the Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robotics Association, which is organizing the show.
The focus will be on intelligent manufacturing and automation solutions related to the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G cellular mobile communications, the association said.
The products on display at the almost 800 booths will include automation intelligence and robotics technologies; and devices, equipment, and key parts in the categories of electronics, industrial engineering and robotics, the association said.
The show will also include several exhibition zones highlighting the fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, as well as smart services, smart living apps, and service robots, the association said.
In addition, some 1,200 companies involved in logistics, equipment for mold tooling production, 3-D printing, and automatic industries will showcase their products at 4,200 booths, according to the organizers.
At the show, industry leaders will host technical conferences to discuss trends in AI, the industrial Internet of Things (IIot), robotics and automation, the association said.
The show will run from Aug. 21-24 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.
Last year, it attracted 87,706 visitors and 198 exhibitors from all over the world, including the United States, Europe, Japan and China, according to the organizers.
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